Express Zeitung, February 25, 2016
Vaccines are considered one of the greatest medical achievements in human history. People have great confidence in using it to eradicate diseases and curb infection with new infectious diseases such as diphtheria, polio, measles, rubella and rotavirus. However, despite the success of the health care system, there is also a persistent negative attitude towards vaccination, which [among vaccination advocates] is seen as a result of ignorance and scare-mongering and therefore irrational, since vaccines and general improvements in health care are supposed to increase the individual’s standard of living.
How does this fit together with Bill Gates now saying that they should serve a human depopulation? Given that, can we still trust his health care support?
Bill Gates openly admits that the vaccines are for population reduction. According to him, 350,000 people have to be eliminated every day to keep the population stable.
He explains how we must all agree to a “human killing strategy” to save the planet from our carbon dioxide emissions. Everyone can convince themselves that he really said that (Youtube: Innovating to zero! | Bill Gates – see time: 3:57 to 4:49).
It is nothing new that some parents do not want their children to be vaccinated. They say it is wrong to inject a virus into their children under whatever circumstances. For them it is synonymous with making their children sick.
In contrast, doctors believe that vaccinations sensitize the immune system to viruses so that our white blood cells are better able to defend the body against contact with viruses. For decades, the doctors have also succeeded quite well in convincing many people of this premise.
But now a recent study has brought a well-known problem with vaccines to light again – mainly because its potentiator, “aluminum”, could do more harm than good.
According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), the chemicals used in the manufacture of vaccines are intended to improve the effectiveness of the vaccine.
Effect enhancers, including aluminum in particular, are part of vaccines and potentiate the immune system’s response to an antigen. In principle, the enhancer is needed to trigger the desired response from the immune system. Aluminum has been used as a vaccine additive for about 90 years, and there has been much controversy about its safety and effectiveness, especially in recent years.
The issues at stake stem from a number of recent studies that clearly raise concerns about the use of aluminum, as well as the fact that over the past few years billions of dollars have been paid to families whose children have been harmed by vaccines . There are therefore a number of reasons why more and more parents are choosing not to have their children vaccinated. This is quite worrying, given that the recommended immunization rate has more than doubled over the past few decades. In some industrialized countries, children up to the age of four to six receive routine vaccinations in addition to a total of 126 antigenic preparations, as well as high amounts of aluminum enhancers.
Note: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has been in repeated trouble for its vaccination programs. She and two organizations she financed and the World Health Organization (WHO) were indicted by the Supreme Court in India for vaccinating tens of thousands of children against cervical cancer without their consent or education about possible side effects.
As a result, many Indian girls became ill and five of them died within a year after being given the vaccine Gardasil from the pharmaceutical company Merck against human papillon virus (HPV). In another case, too, there were two deaths after around 14,000 children were also vaccinated against the HPV virus with the Cervarix vaccine from GlaxoSmithKline. In Colombia, too, many girls had to be hospitalized after being vaccinated with Gardasil.
Serious vaccination damage also occurred in Chad, where all vaccinated adolescents had hallucinations and convulsions and at least 50 of them even suffered paralysis after receiving the meningitis vaccine MenAfriVac.
Instead of solving the incidents and holding those responsible to account, government officials tried to silence the parents of the children affected, some of whom were only seven years old, with hush money.
It was obvious that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Meningitis Vaccine Project (MVP) were partly to blame for the vaccine damage because they had repeatedly emphasized that the vaccine they were promoting was despite the subtropical climate and prevailing there sunny weather without refrigeration and although the package insert clearly states that MenAfriVac must be kept refrigerated and protected from light.